Definitions for "TON"
Keywords:  btu, btuh, metric, kilogram, imperial
The prevailing fashion or mode; vogue; as, things of ton.
A measure of weight or quantity.
The weight of twenty hundredweight.
Keywords:  trento, istat, comune, tyrol, trentino
Ton is a comune (municipality) in the Province of Trento in the Italian region Trentino-South Tyrol, located about 20 km north of Trento. As of 31 December 2004, it had a population of 1,228 and an area of 26.4 km2.All demographics and other statistics: Italian statistical institute Istat.
Keywords:  lea, grassland
grassland, lea Tonypandy
a formative suffix, short for or diminuitive of "town" indicating a small settlement, often not more than a hamlet: Baileyton.
Commonly a short ton (2,00 lb) as compared to a long or gross ton of 2,240 lb.
Keywords:  score, thirty, batsman, game, round
A score of 100 in an 01 game, can be written T
Score of 100 points in a round; often combined with other numbers, e.g. Ton-80
100 points scored on one turn in an '01 game (301, 501, 1001, etc.). Usually written as a large "T". Sores over 100 are referred to as a "Ton-x" as in "Ton-20" for 120 points. This is usually written as "2
Trader Order Number; number attributed by a trader to identify an order. If the trader does not attribute a TON, the SLE will attribute one sequentially from the last attributed number (or starting at one at the beginning of the trade day). The TON is transported throughout the server and the host, and may be viewed by the GCC.
Keywords:  tranche, treasuries
tranche Treasuries
Keywords:  tunny, mackerel, horse, common
The common tunny, or horse mackerel.
Keywords:  toe
pl. of Toe.
Keywords:  batsman, century, runs, single, one
A century (100 runs by a single batsman in one innings)
Keywords:  miles, hour, speed, per
a speed of 100 miles per hour
TON is a tool for automated testing of web applications and test cases management.
Keywords:  musical, note
musical note
Keywords:  million, bonds, informal, term
Informal term for $100 million in bonds.
Keywords:  refers
Refers to US ton.